The Something Blue girls are so excited to introduce you to:
Something Boxed: Bringing Something Blue to YOU – an in home shopping experience!
Are you recently Engaged?
If you recently got engaged we are the perfect place to start your wedding journey. Something Blue has a unique selection of wedding dresses, formal dresses, accessories and décor! From veils to vases our variety of inventory changes daily. We are open 7 days a week with no appointment necessary!
Looking for a wedding dress? How about something for a formal event? View our inventory now and start planning your look.
Wedding Over? Consign Your Items
Ready to get rid of that old wedding stuff that has been sitting in your basement? Do you have a prom or homecoming dress that’s taking up much needed closet space? It’s Easy! Stop in anytime we are open Monday – Friday to drop off your items! Items will be here for a 90 day consignment period, we will work with you on pricing and once an item sells you get paid a 50/50 split.
Your one stop wedding and prom shop
Don’t forget we also have much, much more here at Something Blue! From dresses for flower girls, gowns for formal events or your bridesmaids and finally menswear too! Our tux selection starts at only $74.95! And if what you find doesn’t fit perfectly we now have a full time seamstress on staff!
Selling Used Wedding Decor? Prefer to Buy Used Wedding Decor?
Buying wedding decor and event items is an expensive proposition. At something blue bride we have a dedicated used wedding decor section. Save money on wedding decor by buying gently used items and make money by selling yours through our wedding consignment store.
Prom 2020 is here! We are so excited to carry one of the largest selections of affordable prom dresses in Iowa. Located in Ankeny, Iowa just north of Des Moines, Something Blue is the fastest growing prom, wedding, and party consignment shop in the midwest! What’s...
The best part of my day is helping brides. Katie always wanted to open her own business but didn’t know exactly what that would be. She was in college to become a CPA and learned “this isn’t it,” and switched to marketing. She told her Mom, “I want to...